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From top to bottom, from left to right: Mia Couto, Milton Hatoum, Fernanda Montenegro, Tin Epalanga, Russian Passapusso, Zamaswazi Dlamini-Mandela, Angélica Freitas, Lilia Black, Bern Royal, Alexandra Lucas Coelho, Isabela Figueiredo, Ryane Lion. Disclosure.

Government of São Paulo presents the First Edition Andrade Festival - The Book Virada

São Paulo won its first street party dedicated to books and reading, through the Municipal Secretary of Culture, with more than 150 free activities, between days 4 and 6 October, in eleven parts of the city

national and international names like Krenak, Mia Couto, Isabela Figueiredo, Fernanda Montenegro, Lilia Schwarcz, Milton Hatoum, Tin Epalanga, Zamaswazi Dlamini-Mandela (neta de Nelson Mandela) and Russian Passapusso are some of the highlights of the literary programming that takes the city with conversations with authors, workshops, street shows, string duel, sarau, theater, dance and music

For the first time, the city of São Paulo will have a street party dedicated to books and reading: the Mário de Andrade Festival – The book upset. Part of the integrated city calendar, a Agendão, program São Paulo Capital of Culture, the Municipal Department of São Paulo Culture, the first edition of the Festival will be held between 4 and 6 October. There are more than 150 activities, all free, between conversations with authors, workshops, street shows, string duel, sarau, theater, dance and music, conducted in eleven parts of the city.

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The event promotes cultural occupation of the city in a large gathering inspired by the book culture, bringing together authors, editors, readers, Librarians, booksellers, collective and public of all ages and from all over Brazil. The project, which aims to contribute to the formation of important players in the country, celebrates the literary art, knowledge in the humanities and scientific research.

Baptized Book corridor, path between Mário de Andrade library and the Square of Arts, through the Rua Coronel Xavier de Toledo and by Municipal Theatre, It is the central axis of the event, it also spreads points as cultural centers Tendal da Lapa and Cidade Tiradentes, Black Culture Center and Youth Cultural Center. The outdoor area occupied by the festival comprises about half a kilometer and, considering the surroundings of the three central equipment.

In this section, hundred tents house the leading publishers, bookstores, stalls and collective country. names like Companhia das Letras, Record, However, Planet, Publisher 34, Ubu, Zahar, Saraiva, Tatura Banking, house, Free, Editora Unesp, Official Press, Issues SESC SP, Senac, Giostri, Read Women, Flint (International Literary Festival Mantiqueira), Quilombhoje, Poets of Tiete, Collective Cultural Bridge, Nomadic, Perifatividade and Fantasistas, Bookstore Comendador and territory Geek, among many others, are present on path. In space, are represented oriented publishing initiatives for LGBTQIA diversity +, the issue of race and feminism. The exhibitors adhere massively to the public call launched by the Municipal Culture in a move that positions the festival, already in his debut, as an added incentive in the midst of the publishing market crisis.

Programming – The Festival values ​​and promotes reading and literature in all its manifestations, increasing the recognition and strengthening of traditions and also expressions and contemporary literary technologies. In three days of intense and integrated programming, the event consolidates the readers of training work; the cultural power of new languages, evenings and slams; and the movement of writers, books and ideas. In addition to conversations with authors, programming includes music, theater, dance, workshops and collective tents, publishers and bookstores, always with artists and shows in dialogue with literature.

The opening ceremony, day 04 October, at 19h, at Square of Arts, It is marked by the compact presentation of "Yes”, show in style gumboot dance (dance rubber boots), created by the workers of the gold mines and coal from South Africa, no Século XIX. The choreography addresses the exploitation of both minerals as the seven people that drew, as well as the women waiting for their husbands miners.

After the presentation, the Festival receives the Mozambican author Mia Couto, awarded the Camões, most important literature prize of the Portuguese language. Speaking to journalist, writer and actress Bianca Ramoneda, They will address issues such as human relations with their peers and the planet, analyzed from an African perspective and literary. On occasion, actor Silvio Restiffe read the author's work excerpts.

On Saturday (05), the streets are busy with the show "A Ball Kilometer", controlled by the group Roll cake, Making path Mário de Andrade library for the Square of Arts. The tradition of Brazilian popular festivals celebrated in a performance about 40 artists.

On Municipal Theatre, the actress Fernanda Montenegro, Oscar nominated for "Brazil Central", releases his memoir "Foreword, Those, Epilogue" (06), recalling its trajectory in conversation with journalist Marta Garcia, collaborator of the book.

Already schedule Square of Arts gathers debates, chats and interventions. Among the highlights, the meeting of the Mozambican Isabela Figueiredo, author of "Memories of Colonial Notebook", with Milton Hatoum, author of "Brothers" (05); the show "Goitá", which brings together dance company Black Swan and puppet theater company Pia Fraus (06); talk about nature, predatory action of man and artistic creation among the indigenous leader, environmentalist and writer Ailton Krenák and visual artist of the Amazon region Bern Royal (05); and chat Gaucho author Angélica Freitas with the Portuguese writer Alexandra Lucas Coelho about art, creation, feminism and the place of the writer in the discussions of the major issues in the world.

In Mário de Andrade library, workshops, theater and music make up the programming. Among the highlights is the piece "Amar, Intransitive verb ", Mário de Andrade text. Directed by Dagoberto Feliz, the show has sixth presentations (04), Saturday (05) e domingo (06). In infantojuvenil programming, two pieces of CLA. of Colors: "Chiquinha Gonzaga, the Coquette Girl " (05) and "Tico Tico" (06). The musical programming Mario is on account of the duet shows, voice and guitar with Livia & Arthur Nestrovski (06); and "The comedy is ended" (05), with Romulus Fróes, Climate, Rodrigo Campos, Kiko Dinucci, Juliana Perdigão, Richard Ribeiro and Fábio Sá, a show with songs composed by Climate and Nuno Ramos.

Among the workshops held in Mário de Andrade library, highlighting topics such as poetry, with Angélica Freitas (05 and 06); performance, with Ricardo Aleixo (05 and 06); Romance, with Assis Brazil (06); and tales, with Socorro Acioli (05 and 06). A special schedule Research and Training Center – SESC SP It offers workshops such as conservation collections, with Kelly Fernanda Brito Silva (05); and word studies, with André Amaral (06).

A stage of Square Dom José Gaspar receives a focused programming and poetic demonstrations, with a line and slam poetry. Among the highlights, the tribute "A Soiree To Mario" (05), which the poets participating Banai, sacolinha and Luiza Romao and actor Paschoal da Conceição, interpreting honored; and Battle of Cordel: Meeting of Six cordelistas, with artists from five Brazilian states who recite verses from various eras, following the tradition literary genre.

On Sunday, to Dom Jose Gaspar It is the stage of the debate "Writings on the Web", which proposes a conversation about social networking, behavior literature and. Chat with the presence of the illustrator Aureliano Medeiros, author of "Madame Xanadu"; da youtuber Liliane Silver, author of "The World That Dwells in Us"; It is yes poet Ryane Lion, author of "All In it shines and Burn". The stage also receives "Choir Common Voices - Voco", an intervention led by performer Ricardo Aleixo.

Partner of the first edition of Mário de Andrade Festival, the SESC São Paulo features, between days 4 and 6, a special program in the unit 24 May e no Research and Training Center. Among the highlights, to Fair Editions Publications and seal SESC, with books, CDs e DVDs; chats on conservation collections and black culture; contações stories; two performances of Modest Orchestra, with album repertoire "Songs for Little Ears"; the choreography Sea: A Dance with the Wind, de Marina Guzzo; and the show with story-stories of guitar player Levi Ramiro.

In decentralized stage, the highlights are the conversation with the Angolan artist Tin Epalanga (05), no Black Culture Center; and the meeting of the Mozambican Mia Couto with Milton Hatoum (05), no Tendal da Lapa.

In Square of Arts, a neta de Nelson Mandela Zamaswazi Dlamini-Mandela in Sam Venther, organizer of letters from prison, conclude the festival with a tribute to Mandela, winner of the Nobel Peace. The conversation is mediated by historian and anthropologist Lilia Schwarcz and actor Felipe Soares readings will letters Mandala.

Live broadcast by Spcine Play – Part of the program of the first edition of Mário de Andrade Festival – The book upset It will be broadcast live throughout Brazil by Spcine Play. The public can follow the great moments of literary marathon in the only public platform in the country streaming, by site www.spcineplay.com.br

The transmission of live programming the platform begins on Friday (04), to chat with the Mozambican writer Mia Couto. Entitled “a home land called”, the conversation will be guided by journalist, writer and actress Bianca Ramoneda and brings an African and literary perspective to the relationship of humans to the planet. The panel will air at 19:30, direct of Arts Square.

On Sunday (06), to close the live programming, at 19h, Zamaswazi Dlamini, neta de Nelson Mandela, e Sahm Venter, responsible for meeting their correspondence, recall the humanistic legacy of African leader, winner of the Nobel Peace.

The action is part of the strategy Spcine Play displaying the cultural effervescence of the city, including concerts and shows performed by the Municipal Culture. in May, the platform transmitted 4 hours of programming Virada Cultural. The platform also includes curated simultaneous digital shows to the country's leading film festivals (as the São Paulo International Film Festival, In-Edit Festival of Music Documentaries and It's All True) and classics of Brazilian cinema catalog.

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Book corridor

In its first edition, Mario de Andrade Festival – The book upset invites the public to circulate the path baptized Book Corridor, which unites three important spaces of the Municipal Department of Culture, located in central city: Mário de Andrade library, Municipal Theater Square and the Arts. In this section, in the days 5 and 6 October, hundred tents house the leading publishers, bookstores, stalls and collective country. Names like Companhia das Letras, Record, However, Planet, Publisher 34, Ubu, Zahar, Saraiva, Tatura Banking, house, N-1 Issues, Libre - Brazilian League of Publishers, Editora Unesp, Official Press, Issues SESC SP, Senac, Giostri, Read Women, Flint (International Literary Festival Mantiqueira), Quilombhoje, Poets of Tiete, Collective Cultural Bridge, Nomadic, Perifatividade and Fantasistas, Bookstore Commander and Territorial Geek, among many others, are present in the circuit. In space, are represented oriented publishing initiatives for LGBTQIA diversity +, the issue of race and feminism.

| Rua Coronel Xavier de Toledo, Praça Ramos de Azevedo (next to the Municipal Theater) Street and Councilor Crispiniano.

| Saturday, day 5 – from 10:00 to 8:00 pm

| Sunday, day 6 – from 10h to 19h

Friday, 04/10

SQUARE ARTS

Yes: dance show
The opening of Mario de Andrade Festival is marked by compact presentation of "Yebo", show in style gumboot dance (dance rubber boots). Created by the workers of the gold mines and coal from South Africa, no Século XIX, the style is the basis for the choreography that addresses both the exploitation of minerals and the seven people that drew, as well as the women waiting for their husbands miners.
| Square of Arts. Day 4, 19h

Mia Couto + Bianca Ramoneda : a home land called
The Mozambican author awarded several prizes as the Camões, most important literature prize of the Portuguese language, e o Neustadt, known as the "Nobel Americano", conversation with journalist, writer and actress Bianca Ramoneda about man's relationship with their peers and the planet, analyzed from an African perspective and literary. Mia Couto's work Excerpts will be read by actor Silvio Restiffe.
| Square of Arts. Day 4, às 19h30

LIBRARY OF MARIO ANDRADE

Amar, intransitive verb: theater
Directed by Dagoberto Feliz, "Amar, Intransitive verb ", piece inspired by the novel by Mario de Andrade, accompanies the loving initiation of a teenager, heir to a traditional São Paulo family the years 1920. For this mission is contracted a severe German housekeeper. No list, Luciana are Carnielli, as Fräulein Elza, e Pedro Therefore,, in the boy's papers and father.
| Mário de Andrade library – Auditorium. Day 4, 20h

SESC RESEARCH CENTER AND TRAINING

Conservation and Preventive Actions in Archives - With Kelly Fernanda Brito Silva (chat)
Doctoral and master in History of Science from PUC-SP. Lecturer in the course of Library and Information Science at the Foundation School of Sociology and Politics of São Paulo and Archival Management graduate from the same institution. Held refresher course in Scripture y documentación: paleography, Diplomatic and Archives Administration, pela Universidad Complutense de Madrid (2015) and Conservation and Restoration of Graphic Material and Work of Art on Paper Art at Temple Technical Center (2014).
| SESC Center for Research and Training. Day 4, 14h.

05/10, Saturday

SQUARE ARTS

Isabela Figueiredo + Milton Hatoum: family relationships
The Mozambican writer Isabela Figueiredo addresses the issue of racism from the relationship with his father. His work is considered one of the most significant on the subject in recent 20 years. Based in São Paulo, the award-winning author Milton Hatoum Amazon deals with the relationship between parents, sons and brothers in Brazil of the twentieth century in his novels. this meeting, writers talk about the "family ties", having as background literature, immigration and postcolonialism. Mediation is literary criticism Rita Palmeira
| Square of Arts. Day 5/10, às 14h

Angélica Freitas + Alexandra Lucas Coelho: Technicolor
Between poetry and prose, the poet Gaucho Angelica Freitas and Portuguese writer Alexandra Lucas Coelho talk about art, creation, feminism and the place of the writer in the discussions of the major issues in the world. Mediation is the writer and visual artist Ricardo Domeneck.
| Square of Arts. Day 5/10, às 17h

Ailton Krenák + Bern Royal: the nature of the limit
The indigenous leader, environmentalist and writer Krenak conversation with visual artist of the Amazon region Bern Reale on nature, predatory action of man and the artistic creation. Mediated culture editor Robinson Borges, chat is to focus civilization as a growing threat to itself.
| Square of Arts. Day 5/10, at 19h

LIBRARY OF MARIO ANDRADE

Roll cake: a kilometer prom
The Roll Cake, of Cla. Angelo Madureira and Ana Catarina Vieira, which brings together theater, music and dance in their performances, runs a traveling road show, inspired by the tradition of Brazilian popular festivals. In the stretch between Mário de Andrade Library and Square of Arts, Forty artists invite the audience to join the performance.
| Mário de Andrade library (output). Day 5/10, às 11h
| Square of Arts (arrival). Day 5/10, at 11:40

Amar, intransitive verb: theater
Directed by Dagoberto Feliz, "Amar, Intransitive verb ", piece inspired by the novel by Mario de Andrade, accompanies the loving initiation of a teenager, heir to a traditional São Paulo family the years 1920. For this mission is contracted a severe German housekeeper. No list, Luciana are Carnielli, as Fräulein Elza, e Pedro Therefore,, in the boy's papers and father.
| Mário de Andrade library – Auditorium. Day 5, 20h

Chiquinha Gonzaga, the coquettish girl: children's Theater
Puppet theater, the sound of singing and piano, that recalls moments Chiquinha Gonzaga's life, Rio pioneering composer of the end of the fourteenth century and early twentieth century and the author of hits such as "O opens Alas". Showing 15 songs, the spectacle of Cia. Color has the direction and puppet Edson Gon and dramaturgy Tom Dupin.
| Mário de Andrade library – Auditorium. Day 5/10, às 11h

Why I write? prose with Itamar Vieira Junior + Juliana Leite + Wilson Alves Bezerra
In intimate conversations, authors sources and different perspectives, contributing to a new expression in the literary scene of the country, They talk about their formations, their jobs and society. On Saturday, meet the fiction writers Itamar Vieira Junior, Juliana Leite Alves and Wilson Bezerra; on Sunday, it is the turn of the poets André Capilé, Tatiana Small and Lubi Prates. The meetings will be recorded and will integrate Mario acquis.
| Mário de Andrade library – Tula room Pilar Ferreira. Prose. Day 5/10, at noon; Poetry. Day 6/10, at noon

Climate and Romulus Fróes: show The Comedy Is Over
On release of the album "La Commedia è Finite", composers Eduardo Climachauska (Climate), who is also an artist, and Romulus Fróes join the musicians Fábio Sá, Juliana Perdigão, Kiko Dinucci, Richard Ribeiro and Rodrigo Campos. In the Repertoire of the show, are the 14 disco songs, among them "Chien Andalou", "Carcará Hunger" and "Coco, and Potato?”.
| Mário de Andrade library – Auditorium. Day 5/10, at 4:00 pm

Circle Feminist Translation - With Julia Root, Hailey Cheese, Jamille Pinheiro, Stephanie Borges e Daniella Origuela
This attraction is promoted by SESC – Center for Training and Research.

Julia Root, writer. in doctorate (UFPR) studies the intersection of feminist translation, essay and literary criticism. Edits the blog Bridges and Other edits poetry firm Totem & Capping.

Hailey Cheese, transfeminist, writer and translator. Was one reason for the introduction of transfeminism in Brazil through one of the first blogs and texts on the subject. His research circulates between the areas of Linguistics, Gender Studies, Feminism and Queer Theory

Jamille Pinheiro Days, translator and researcher. PhD in English and post-doctoral student in Translation by the Department of Modern Languages ​​at the University of São Paulo, It was a visiting researcher in the area of ​​Iberian and Latin American Cultures at the University of Stanford, in California.

Stephanie Borges, journalist, translator and poet. He worked in publishing as Cosac Naify and books Globe. Her debut book “”Maybe we need a name for it”” won the IV National Prize of Literature Cepe

Daniella Avelaneda Origuela, PhD in Translation Studies program project on Community Interpreting and Migration.
| Mário de Andrade library. Day 5, 10h30

SQUARE DOM JOSE GASPAR

Battle of Cordel: against six cordelistas
Cordelistas five Brazilian states recite verses from various eras, following the tradition literary genre. meeting of participating Aldy Carvalho (Pernambuco), cleusa Santo (São Paulo), EdiMaria (Bahia), João Gomes de Sá (Alagoas), Moreira de Acopiara and Costa Senna (Ceará).
| Praça Dom José Gaspar. Day 5/10, at 3:0 pm

A soiree for Mario
Big names of soirees and slam unite the artists of other languages ​​for this tribute to Mário de Andrade, Host Festival. Participate in the presentation the Binho poets, sacolinha, Luiza Romao, Helena Silvestre, Luan Luanda, Raissa Padial Course, Carú Seabra, Emerson Boy musician and actor Paschoal da Conceição, interpreting honored.
| Praça Dom José Gaspar. Day 5/10, at 18h

BLACK CULTURES CENTER

Tin Epalanga: sound and fury
The Angolan multi-artist Kalaf Epalanga (band Buraka Som Sistema), who lives between Lisbon and Berlin, talks about music and writing, Print resistance and reinvent. Mediation is the journalist Adriana Couto.
| Black Culture Center. Zona Sul. Day 5/10, às 14h

CANOPY CULTURAL CENTER OF LAPA
Mia Couto and Milton Hatoum: the discovery of the world

Two award-winning novelists, Mozambican Mia Couto, Camões winner, Portugal, and Amazon Milton Hatoum, three times winner of the Jabuti, They talk about literature, coexistence and the environment. Mediation is the translator and journalist Livia Deorsola.
| Centro Cultural da Lapa Awning. West zone. Day 5/10, at 5:30 pm

SESC 24 OF MAY

Fair SESC publications
| SESC 24 May. Day 5, 10h to 9:00 pm. Day 6, 10 at 18h.

Stories bath – Cia Circo de Trapo (storytelling)
In a ball pool, full of children's books, Reading mediators invite parents and children to immerse themselves in stories bath, in order to stimulate the contact with books in a playful and fun way.
| SESC 24 May. Day 5, 11h to 4:0 pm

Chat: recycling chain: a look at collectors
Urban development poses urgent questions for contemporary society, including the disposal of solid waste, recycling and proper disposal in the environment, the need for effective public policies and business actions based on shared responsibility. In Brazilian cities, a huge amount of scavengers engaged in the recycling chain performing an important work that enables the reuse of materials and their incorporation into new products and processes. Motivated by the social impact of this work, Senac São Paulo and SESC São Paulo unite the publication recycling chain: a look at the collectors.
| SESC 24 May. Day 5, 13h

Now Tales (storytelling)
According to their accountant, “Now Tales” are stories of rice-and-butter, such as those that take place in the house of the people. Or neighbor. Or the neighbor's aunt. fun stories for laughs and sighs. After all, who never laughed to avail of the antics of a spoiled animal? Or kept secrets in a box in the garden?
| SESC 24 May. Day 5, 15h

Modest Orchestra – Songs for Little Ears
The band formed by clowns presents copyright songs album released by the Seal in SESC 2018, whose themes seek to build a drama that leads the audience on a musical journey. Each letter tells a story, propose some reflections, other affective memories, all interspersed with jokes and interaction with the audience.
| SESC 24 May. Day 5, 15h

Edições Sesc: Voices from Brazil (book launch)
The new revised and expanded edition of Voices from Brazil presents a collection of interviews by journalist Patricia Palumbo. Its thematic focus is comparable to the radio program and the author gives voice to representatives of contemporary MPB flirting with pop, but also opens space for artists from other fronts that have been or are relayed styles and fundamental movements to the enrichment of Brazilian music, as bossa nova, samba and tropicália. Among the 33 interviewed, Elza Soares, Jards Macalé, Cássia Or, Luiz Melodia and Rita Lee.
| SESC 24 May. Day 5, 16h

Bala_vras – Daniel Viana (Intervention)
The intervention created by street poet Daniel Viana offers participants the opportunity to not only help create a poetry, as see live text creation process.
| SESC 24 May. Day 5, 17h

chat: Literatura LGBTQ+
Chat with authors discussing the importance of LBTQ + representation and diversity in Literature.
| SESC 24 May. Day 5, 18h

Jam dance: Pélvika
Jam dance for todxs gender and ages. This is a trigger strategies to recognize a powerful vibrating body and from knowledge of the structure of the pelvis and pelvic movement drawings forming, giving new meaning to the hump, increasing the pleasurable and vital ability to move the pelvis with different bodies.
| SESC 24 May. Day 5, 20h

SESC RESEARCH CENTER AND TRAINING

Studies To Sunrise Word – André Amaral
| SESC Center for Research and Training. Day 5, 10h

Day 6/10, Sunday

SQUARE ARTS

Goitá: choreographic spectacle
In a presentation that revisits the Brazilian popular culture, Traditional mamulengo dolls magically convert it into dancers. The show, bringing together 20 artists, It is a partnership between the Black Swan companies, of dance, e Pia Fraus, puppet theater. Directed by Danny and Hulda Bittencourt (Black Swan) and Beto Andreeta (Pia Fraus), who is also the dramaturgy.
| Square of Arts. Day 6/10, às 14h

Kalaf Epalanga and Russian Passapusso: sound system
The table receives the Angolan musician and writer Kalaf Epalanga, author of "Whites also not Dance" (However publisher), who lives between Lisbon and Berlin, and the singer and composer from Bahia Russian Passapusso (Bahia System). The two artists talk about art inventive, experimentation and reinvention of the places. Mediation is the journalist Adriana Couto.
| Square of Arts. Day 6/10, às 17h

Zamaswazi Dlamini-Mandela in Sahm Venter: tribute to Nelson Mandela
Zamaswazi Dlamini, neta de Nelson Mandela, e Sahm Venter, responsible for meeting their correspondence, recall the humanistic legacy of African leader, winner of the Nobel Peace, and talk about peaceful resistance, anti-racist struggle and tolerance. Mediation is the historian and anthropologist Lilia Schwarcz. Mandela excerpts from letters will be read by actor Felipe Soares. The activity marks the end of the Festival.
| Square of Arts. Day 6/10, at 19h

LIBRARY OF MARIO ANDRADE

Amar, intransitive verb: theater
Directed by Dagoberto Feliz, "Amar, Intransitive verb ", piece inspired by the novel by Mario de Andrade, accompanies the loving initiation of a teenager, heir to a traditional São Paulo family the years 1920. For this mission is contracted a severe German housekeeper. No list, Luciana are Carnielli, as Fräulein Elza, e Pedro Therefore,, in the boy's papers and father.
| Mário de Andrade library – Auditorium. Day 6, 20h

Tico Tico
For the drama of this piece, the CLA. of colors was inspired by the song "Tico-Tico no Cornmeal", de Abreu Zequinha. In the story, the young seamstress Aurora dreams of being like the singer Carmen Miranda. Directed by Edson Gon, the show is staged by puppet-instruments, mix of characters with musical instruments.
| Mário de Andrade library – Auditorium. Day 6/10, às 11h

Why I write? poetry and prose

In intimate conversations, authors sources and different perspectives, contributing to a new expression in the literary scene of the country, They talk about their formations, their jobs and society. On Saturday, meet the fiction writers Itamar Vieira Junior, Juliana Leite Alves and Wilson Bezerra; on Sunday, it is the turn of the poets André Capilé, Tatiana Small and Lubi Prates. The meetings will be recorded and will integrate Mario acquis.
| Mário de Andrade library – Tula room Pilar Ferreira. Prose. Day 5/10, at noon; Poetry. Day 6/10, at noon

duet Livia & Arthur Nestrovski: voice and guitar show
Composer and guitarist Arthur Nestrovski and singer Livia, his daughter, present repertoire that includes classic Brazilian and international, signed by the likes of Schubert and Schumann, Lupicínio Rodrigues and Tom Jobim.
| Mário de Andrade library – Auditorium. Day 6/10, at 4:00 pm

Studies to be born word - With André Amaral
This attraction is promoted by SESC – Center for Training and Research.
Playwright and art educator, master of arts from UNESP, Letters degree in USP. Investigates the creative potential of writing. He worked on several art education projects that taught him the importance of “unlearn”. Currently, orienta dramaturgias, maintains a blog and conducts meetings of poetic writing creation.
| Mário de Andrade library. Day 6, 10h

The self-published Print Of Ways - With Ricardo Rodrigues
This attraction is promoted by SESC – Center for Training and Research.
Degree in media, in advertising and journalism qualifications. He worked as reporter culture, publicist and content producer for digital media. At the same time always produced fiction texts, which decided to materialize on paper in 2016 with the creation of self-publishing publishing experiments printed with the goal of producing printed titles from the maximum possible manual work, using techniques such as book binding, embroidery on paper, stamps and other methods. Since then he published over 50 titles, between zines and books, and other graphic pieces.
| Mário de Andrade library. Day 6, 14h

SQUARE DOM JOSE GASPAR

Aureliano Medeiros, Liliane Silver Lion and Ryane: written on the network
Mediated by journalist and blogger Rodrigo Casarin, relaxed conversation comes to social networks, book, behavior and policy. Attending the meeting authors in the internet with large audience and readers.
| Praça Dom José Gaspar. Day 6/10, às 17h

Ricardo Aleixo: chorus of voices common – call
The poet and performer Ricardo Aleixo commands a forceful intervention that unites voice and gestural, side oficineiros chosen to act in the Festival. The public is invited to participate.
| Praça Dom José Gaspar. Day 6/10, at 3:0 pm

THEATRO MUNICIPAL

Fernanda Montenegro, Marta Garcia: Foreword, those, epilogue
About to celebrate 90 years, Fernanda Montenegro says for the first time his memoir "prologue, Those, Epilogue" (publisher Companhia das Letras), in conversation with journalist Marta Garcia. Marta held 18 interviews with the actress, from this material, He wrote the work between November 2017 and August 2019. The venue for celebrate this occasion so special is the Municipal Theater.
| Municipal Theater of São Paulo. Day 6/10, at 4:00 pm (tickets taken in order of arrival)

Cultural Youth Center
Krenak and Itamar Vieira Junior: deep country

The environmentalist and indigenous thinker Krenak, author of the recent book "Ideas to postpone the End of the World", conversation with Itamar Vieira Junior, Brazilian writer winner of the Leya Prize for Literature, Portugal, By "Torto Plow", novel about Quilombo in Bahia. Mediation is the publisher Rita Mattar.
| Youth Cultural Center. North Zone. Day 6/10, 13h

CITY CULTURAL TRAINING CENTER TIRADENTES

Alexandra Lucas Coelho and Relief Acioli: narrate Brazil
Chat meets the writer and Portuguese journalist Alexandra Lucas Coelho, who released three books on Brazil, and Ceará author Socorro Acioli, novelist and chronicler with translated works abroad. Mediation is the journalist Luciana Araujo.
| Cultural Training Center Cidade Tiradentes. East Zone. Day 6/10, 13h

SESC 24 OF MAY

Fair SESC publications
| SESC 24 May. Day 6, 10h to 6:00 pm

Poetry intervention in the Wind – Copy of Blender
The poetic-musical intervention, three artists circulate among the public in possession of many colorful balloons and musical instruments. Within each helium balloon, there is a poem, song or tale of Brazilian authors. By choosing one of them, passersby are invited to pop a balloon, and, finally, receive a "performance" exclusive. In bunches of balloons, there are children's and adult themes, that are directed to the public according to age group.
| SESC 24 May. Day 6, 11h

Sea: a dance with the wind – Choreography de Marina Guzzo
Mar is a dance performance and occupation for open areas. It is a choreographic game between space, the wind, people and a large extremely fragile silver robe – made with the union of thermal covers rescue. A risk dancing with nature and artifact, to create a games device, crossings and utopias, a planet degradation. Street.
| SESC 24 May. Day 6, 11h

Chat: Literature, Fiction and Negritude - With Miriam Alves Souza and Elizandra.
Chat with writers of different generations to discuss on the literary production of black authors and the importance of looking non-hegemonic in artistic production.
| SESC 24 May. Day 6, 12h

Poetry intervention in the Wind – Copy of Blender
The poetic-musical intervention, three artists circulate among the public in possession of many colorful balloons and musical instruments. Within each helium balloon, there is a poem, song or tale of Brazilian authors. By choosing one of them, passersby are invited to pop a balloon, and, finally, receive a "performance" exclusive. In bunches of balloons, there are children's and adult themes, that are directed to the public according to age group.
| SESC 24 May. Day 6, 12H15

Thoughts fishing with Levi Ramiro (music)
Accompanied by percussionist Pedro Romao and the accordionist Edu Guimarães, the Paulista guitarist who was born on April 1 tells of fishing stories and features songs typical of those who live by the river.
| SESC 24 May. Day 6, 14h

Poetry intervention in the Wind – Copy of Blender
The poetic-musical intervention, three artists circulate among the public in possession of many colorful balloons and musical instruments. Within each helium balloon, there is a poem, song or tale of Brazilian authors. By choosing one of them, passersby are invited to pop a balloon, and, finally, receive a "performance" exclusive. In bunches of balloons, there are children's and adult themes, that are directed to the public according to age group.
| SESC 24 May. Day 6, 14h

Reading mediation: Black Voices in Literature – Cia Alcina's Word
mediation cycle that offers the public an encounter with works of children and youth literature and adult writers of authoring and black writers. Through action Cia Alcina's Word evidence suggests this production, highlighting the importance of black representation in literature.
| SESC 24 May. Day 6, 14h às 17h

Poetry intervention in the Wind – Copy of Blender
The poetic-musical intervention, three artists circulate among the public in possession of many colorful balloons and musical instruments. Within each helium balloon, there is a poem, song or tale of Brazilian authors. By choosing one of them, passersby are invited to pop a balloon, and, finally, receive a "performance" exclusive. In bunches of balloons, there are children's and adult themes, that are directed to the public according to age group.
| SESC 24 May. Day 6, 15H15

chat: gathering: the author as reader
The book brings together 21 Brazilian trials of writers and translators asked to put themselves in the position readers and discuss about an author that has influenced in their style and production. Ana Miranda, Bernardo Ajzenberg, Boris Schnaiderman, Claudio Willer, Contardo Calligaris, Eric Nepomuceno, Julian Fuks, Juliano Garcia Pessanha, Leonardo Fróes, Luiz Ruffato, Lygia Fagundes Telles, Mamede Jarouche, Manuel da Costa Pinto, Marcelino Freire, Márcio Souza, Maria Esther Maciel, Nélida Piñon, Paulo Bezerra, Rodrigo Lacerda, Sergio Molina and James Novaes respectively lecture about the great authors Augusto dos Anjos, Philip Roth, Lev Tolstoy, Hilda Hilst, Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, James Joyce, Franz Kafka, Virginia Wolf, João Guimarães Rosa, Machado de Assis, the Arabs of the Arabian nights, Albert Camus, Manuel Bandeira, English Souza, Jorge Luis Borges, Juan Rulfo, Fyodor dostoevsky, Joao Antonio, Miguel de Cervantes and Moacyr Scliar.
| SESC 24 May. Day 6, 15h30

Modest Orchestra – Songs for Little Ears
The band formed by clowns presents copyright songs album released by the Seal in SESC 2018, whose themes seek to build a drama that leads the audience on a musical journey. Each letter tells a story, propose some reflections, other affective memories, all interspersed with jokes and interaction with the audience.
| SESC 24 May. Day 6, 17h

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